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Project Officer - Patient Referral Networks

Australia New Zealand Gynaecological Oncology Group (ANZGOG)

This Project Officer – Patient Referral Networks develops and coordinates access to ANZGOG clinical trials across 60 hospital sites in Australia and New Zealand. The purpose is to enable cancer patients to have equitable access to gynaecological cancer clinical trials no matter where they live or their circumstances.

ANZGOG is the peak national gynaecological cancer research organisation in Australia and New Zealand with more than 1150 clinical specialty members at 60 hospital sites.

This position enables this access through effective relationships with ANZGOG operating centres, members and other stakeholders. The person will work closely with the ANZGOG network of member hospital sites to coordinate a streamlined access program for all parts of the community, whilst ensuring a balanced focus on increased participation by ATSI and CALD populations in ANZGOG trials.

The successful applicant will understand how to effect change through collaboration and have demonstrable experience in planning and implementing new projects in a health or research environment. An understanding of the need to align with government policies across various States and Territories and a fundamental knowledge of the clinical trial space would be preferred.

ANZGOG’s purpose is to ‘improve life for women through cancer research’. ANZGOG conducts multi-disciplinary, multi-centre cancer clinical trials which impact on prevention, detection and treatment for women with one of the seven gynaecological cancers (ovarian, uterine, cervical, vaginal, vulval and two rare pregnancy-related cancers).

ANZGOG has adopted a hybrid work model based on work from home and office.

Essential requirements

  • Tertiary qualifications in a health-related discipline or Life Sciences and/or equivalent knowledge, skills and experience with demonstrated commitment to ongoing professional development.
  • Demonstrated skills and experience in managing all stages of the project cycle (planning, development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation)
  • Background in health and medical research, and a demonstrated understanding of the challenges and opportunities within the sector.

Appointments are subject to relevant checks:

  • The appointee must hold and maintain a current, formal certificate in Good Clinical Practice.
  • The appointee must have and maintain the right to work in Australia
  • The appointee must be cleared on a National Police Check (Criminal History Record Check)

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